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in 1978, pope john paul i said, quote, this is not the time to return to a ceremony and an object considered, wrongly, to be a symbol of the temporal power of the pope. father i take it perhaps he felt it was a little pretentious at least for him. >> sure. and for this pope as well. everybody, in unison, in union anunion has remarked. we see him i believe the mitre he's wearing, he has brought from argentina. i think he insisted on wearing that rather than the more ornate m mitres that he could have chosen. >> this is, brian yennis let me go back to you in rome. this is the first jesuit and latin american to become pope. so it is certainly a momentous occasion for the world but certainly for the americas. brian, talk to us about that. >> reporter: it's unbelievable that the oldest church, at 2,000 years old, for the americans and latin americans here in brazil and not only in brazil but also in the united states, it's a moment in which the church has finally identified you know what? you're there. and for latin americans, it's not only a moment of vindication,
in washington kentucky senator rand paul has spent 2013 raising his national profile. first it was the 13-hour filibuster. then a big cpac speech that helped deliver a straw poll victory. and today senator paul is wading into the immigration debate in a big way. putting his support behind a path to legal status for millions of illegal immigrants. joining me now for the daily fix, chris cillizza, msnbc contributor. and managing editor of postpolitics.com and charlie cook, msnbc political analyst and founder of the cook political report. and charlie, i'll go to you first, we'll get chris to chime in on this. i was taken aback that rand paul went out on this limb to a degree, because he was really setting himself up as the right-wing presidential candidate. this separate 0ing up a flag on the immigration front. that someone like a tom tancredo did in 2008, could exploit rand paul if they wanted to. >> it could, but i'm looking at it on the first level, is that this is a remarkable speech. here we have the person who has become pretty much the most important tea party figure in the entire country.
from the letter of st. paul to the romans. >> translator: brothers and sisters, it was not through the law that the promise was made to abraham and his descendents that he would inherit the world, but through the righteousness that comes from faith. for this reason, it depends on faith so it may be a gift. and the promise may be guaranteed to all his descendents, not to those who only adhere to the law, but those who follow the faith of abraham, who is the father of all of us. i have made you father of many nations. he is our father in the sight of god who gives life to the dead and calls into being what does not exist. he believed, hoping against hope that he would become the father of many nations. according to what was said, thus shall your descendents be. that is why it was credited to him as righteousness, the word of the lord. thanks be to god. ♪ >> as the people stand -- ♪ >> we see here, chris, this is a deacon of the catholic church. he will chant the gospel in greek. after arabic, that was the language. this goes back to the early church when the word of god would hav
, documented after we made sure all voters had id. we are going to begin with paul, and in each case, each of them will be asked the same question. [bell rings] there is the bell. we are ready to go. it is round one, question one -- america -- isn't that magnificent? i can see why you would get distracted. america is the world's policeman. >> get over it. >> thank you, tucker. it is a beautiful facility. to the extent we are willing to let crazy people romp through our neighborhood, yes, we are the world's policeman. we are not the world's social worker. to the extent that we take it upon ourselves the goal or the false obligation to bring universal sufferance to countries, make sure that people can listen to madonna, bring about democratic elections, that is not our job. we're good at building roads, crushing opposing armies. no government is good at the work of nation building, including ours. then there is the obama wave. find and concord. i do not want america to be in the business of turning every land into combat for democracy -- not democracy. >> they decide they will go to kill som
, paul callan, cnn legal analyst. you're familiar with the steubenville rape attorney. does that mean charges for more people? >> it definitely could mean more charges for other people. there could be other students, other juveniles involved, and also the possibility the parents of the defendants engaged in some kind of cover-up or friends engaged in a cover-up. we don't know whether those specific accusations would be made but those could be the kind of things a grand jury would be investigating. so, there could be additional charges coming down the road if the evidence is there. >> paul, what would a grand jury do a solo jury couldn't do? >> they would compel subpoenas, individuals to testify. a judge can only hear the case in front of him. a grand jury has far-reaching power. >> is this process over for these boys? can they appeal the verdict? >> yeah, they can appeal the verdict. what you have to say, that courtroom scene today was -- it was a highly emotional scene. a lot of tears by the defendants and, of course, the victim who issued a statement saying tears were shed by the vi
player in global events. remember the role john paul ii made and the people's movement in the philippines. the papacy is an enormously relevant force on a global stage well outside of the catholic church. the representation you're seeing this morning, the political leaders from all over the map is a political moment. a second child he kissed and a third. clearly live enjoying his moment. giant smiles on his face as he goes around the square. i want to bring you in for a second here because -- hang on one second, monseigneur. i want to talk to ben wedeman. john allen saying the one group in the entire world not charmed by pope francis might not be his security detail. ben? we'll try to reach ben wedeman now. >> no, no, here i am. the pope is coming back for his second turn here. obviously security is a problem with this pope who's been described as unpredictable. as you can see, he's not within the glass enclosed normally where he would be on this popemobile. i'm going to step out of the way so you can see him. there he is, quite close. the the security detail obviously having a very hard
. >> we'll talk more about this now. paul callan is with me, a cnn legal analyst in new york. paul, you heard from the state attorney general there. you are -- you're familiar with the steubenville rape case. can the attorney general call the grand jury, and would that necessarily mean charges for more people? >> oh, it definitely could mean charges for more people. in fact, there could be other students, other juveniles involved, but also there's the possibility that the parents of the defendants engaged in some kind of a cover-up or friends engaged in a cover-up. now, we don't know whether those specific accusations would be made, but those would be the kinds of things that a grand jury would be investigating, so there could be additional charges coming down the road if the evidence is there. >> paul, what would a grand jury do that a solo judge couldn't do? >> well, the grand jury has broad powers. they can issue subpoenas. they can compel individuals to testify. a judge can't do that. a judge can only hear the testimony of the case in front of him. a grand jury has wide-reaching pow
out there. paul ryan thinks, understandably because it is his plan, thinks it is the best one. >> the goal the republican majority is to get us on a path to balanced budget to put the debt crisis out and borrow time with the bond markets. yes, i believe the president won't pass our budget into law but let's get a down payment and get a good start on the problem. that to me a constructive bipartisan engagement can accomplish. bill: with that as a baseline kelly wright live at the white house this morning a lot of talk about a grand bargain, is that being revived, kelly? >> reporter: seems to be the case right now, bill, but reality while people are hoping for it including house speaker john boehner he is not very optimistic at all that democrats and republicans can achieve a grand bargain on the nation's budget deal. having said that, you will recall that the president did launch a major charm offensive, reaching out to republicans and democrats to find some common ground, in getting america's fiscal house in order. but some republicans remain skeptical about the president's si
father kevin ering. father, you were in rome in 1978. you were there when pope john paul ii, for that installation. this one we're many, many years later. what do you think are the similarities and what do you think will be the differences? >> the very first thing that happened in 1978 was that pope john paul i and then ii, they ashooed any notion of pontiff if i case. they walked in and they a shooed the papal tiara. as john allen said and john beck said, it's the inauguration of the holy father to the ministry. he's not calling himself the vi vickar of christ. all of these terms are important. once you are the bishop of rome, you invite a lot more acumenical consensus of this role and what it might be. inauguration of the petrine administration not vickar of christ. >> monseigneur, we are seeing our first live pictures of pope francis riding atop the popemobile. >> no enclosure. there is no enclosure there. let's listen for a moment. [ speaking foreign language ] >>> so the first thing i notice here is the fact that the popemobile is not enclosed very much keeping in mind
. this protection is extended to the church as blessed john paul ii pointed out. just as st. joseph will take care of mary and dedicated himself to jesus christ's suffering. likewise he watches over his body of the church of which the virgin mary is an example and a model. how does joseph exercise his role as a protector? discreetly, humbly, in silence. with his healing presence and complete fidelity even when he finds it hard to understand. mary until 12-year-old jesus in the temple of jerusalem found he is there with loving care next to mary his wife in good times and bad times through the journey through the senses and in the exodus and joyful hours is a frantic search for the child in the temple. later in the light in their home in nazareth in the workshop where he taught his trade to jesus. how does joseph respond as protector of mary protector of the church by being constantly attentive to god, open to the signs and receptive to god's plans not just to his own. this is what god asks of david as we heard in the first reading god does not want built by land but he wants faithfulness to his wor
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. >>> rand paul's new plan for citizenship, and corvette takes on a whole new look. >>> welcome back. here are some other stories making news this morning. president obama tapes a message for the iranian people as the country celebrates its new year. in the recording the president briefly speaks farsi. >>> a suspect has been arrested in the murder of daniel pearl. he is believed to have facilitated his kidnapping. >>> colorado governor is expected to sign tough gun control legislation on wednesday. among other things the measure caps limits on magazines and expand background checks on firearms. first piece of legislation in response to last summer's theater shooting. >>> the government will be funded through the end of september reducing the likelihood of a shutdown. there's another vote in house today where it's expected to win approval. >>> rand paul favors path to citizenship for illegal immigrants. >>> and new york mayor michael bloomberg is setting his sites on cigarettes in hoping of getting them out of sight. a new plan from the mayor calls on stores to keep cigarettes hidden. >>> t
are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? jimmy: happier than paul revere with a cell phone. ronny: why not? anncr: get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >> shepard: pope francis called on world leaders to protect the planet and its poorest weakest people as he officially became the head of the catholic church. he once again lived up to the nickname the people's pope. en auto day for the ages in the internal city. he rode through st. peters square open jeep no bullet proof pope mobile. shouted chow and kissed babies. got out of jeep and went over to this man who friends lifted him out of his wheelchair and kissed him as well. that moment sums up what we what we can expect from pope francis. ♪ even this humble pope admitted today as bishop of rome he does have a certain power. but he said the true meaning of power is to serve the least powerful. >> it means protecting people taking care of everyone with love, especially children, the elderly, those who are fragile. >> and he had a message for the faithful back home in his native argen
as possible, little by little like i recall pope john paul ii once saying that the first thousand years of christianity was the millennium of unity, the second thousand years of disunity so maybe take a thousand years to get it back together but this was a mission of pope benedict xvi and your sense on whether a moment like this, which is so magnificently explicitly catholic is something that can advance that process. >> yeah, i certainly think it can. i was present at the inaugural mass of pope benedict and when you are present at a ceremony like that and you see people from every continent and perhaps every country in the world and people from every religion, the symbolism, you want it to become substance, you want it to be more than symbolic, it's not just a great emotional moment, it's a great spiritual moment and it gets you thinking about what might be. i mean, it's no accident. you said earlier about, you know, the power evidenced by the vatican when you see people from all over the world and other religions coming. it's not just power, it's inspiration and moments like this, the
to resign. 58-year-old judge paul seeman is accused of stealing a million and a half dollars from his neighbor. ktvu channel 2 news was the first to report this story. he has been on leave since he was arrested last june but he continued to get his salary. he is facing 32 felony charges, 12 counts of perjury, elder theft and grand theft and unauthorized disclosure of information. >>> vacant store fronts are a problem for san jose. ktvu's robert handa is in downtown where a quick fix could pave the way to a permanent solution there. robert? >> reporter: that's right. we are at a building that is usually empty but as you can see it is bustling. this activity is part of san jose's plan to get rid of the economic and image related problems that come with vacant buildings. >> reporter: the chef is whipping up dishes for a crowd of people in downtown san jose. this stretch doesn't usually see much traffic because of all the vacant buildings so today they launched start up san jose, to attract people to place where empty structures discourage visitors. >> people stay away from the areas that
of this church, which he together with the apostle, paul, brought fort in faith. may the spirit of truth, which proceeds from the father bestow rich inspiration and inlow consequence upon your ministry of confirming the brothers in the unity of faith. ♪ >>> there he is, he has the pallium now, there it is. the simple white wool cloth, base placed on his shoulders to remind him and the world that he is the gatherer of lost sheep. >> let us pray. cardinal, oh god who does not appoint those who call upon you with upright and developed hearts. hear the fervent rare of your church and pour forth your blessing upon your servant, francis, our pope, to whom, through our humble service you have granted kindness in the apostolic office. may he be strengthened by the gift of your holy spirit and worth any exercise his high ministry in accordance with the eminent chris ma he has received through christ our lord. ♪ ♪ amen amen >>> 340,000 people in that square, the italian radio estimates. now the presentation of the fisherm fisherman's ring. >> translator: most holy father, bishop and pastor of our s
the main adakion the exclusive interview you with republican senator rand paul. u.ate john kerry wrapped up a whirlwind trip to baghdad. he pressed the iraq prime minister to stop allowing iran to move weapons to syria. also suggesting baghdad could be part of the political discussion about syria's future. i'm shannon bream. hour number two of america's news headquarters live fthe nation's capital starts right now. we start first with blizzard conditions in colorado causing a string of major accidents on the highways there. the same storm has its sights set on o the midwest. janice dean is in the extreme weather center with the latest about who is going to be impacted by the growing storm. hello janice. >> hello shannon. into spring but you wouldn't be able to tell looking at these temperatures for much of the country. 31 currently in minneapolis. 16 rapid city. 20 in denver where they got over a foot of snow. 30 kansas city. 50 memphis. the warmest spot we appear to be is in tampa at 74 degrees. with the threat of severe weather across the sunshine state today because we have a warm side o
this began with paul vi whose ring the pope chooses to ring, the fisherman's ring comes from the reign of paul vi. >> and we've heard from religious leaders who talk about the fact that he opened the cathedral there for interfaith services. chief rabbi has spoken glowingly of him. he believes in reaching out to people all faiths and it will be interesting to see the impact he has in that area. but again, visible signs with representatives from so much different changes around the world as well as governments around the world. >> he gives to christ the kiss of peace. the altar comes from the jewish beginnings, the incense recalls the offers of the incense in rome, the sweetness which rises up to god, which carries our prayers from earth to heaven. >> and in another sign of his commitment to the poor, pope francis asked that people not travel great distances but instead take that money and particularly folks from latin america, from his argentina, he said take that money and give to the poor, but you see the huge crowds that have turn itted out. i understand that there had been people wa
announcement. this is significant. expected soon on the immigration debate. we're awaiting senator rand paul on the stage any moment now at the hispanic chamber of commerce. wait until you hear his headline. good morning, everybody, senator john cornyn from texas. we're live here at "america's newsroom." we have a busy day. martha: good morning, bill. i'm martha maccallum. senator rand paul throws his support behind a path for citizenship for the 11 million so illegal immigrants in america. >> we're trying to add teeth to the bipartisan plan. we want to make sure border security is in there. as conservatives we always worry, you will give them legal status and say we give border security later, it never comes like so many liberal promises. what we're asking for is, every year we get to vote on whether the border is becoming more secure. all immigration reform is dependent on those votes. congress gets to vote. not the administration report. congress gets to vote whether or not the border is secure. bill: that is one senator who is making headlines for a couple weeks now. kelly wright live in
from what we saw earlier. it reminds me an awful lot of john paul ii. people do much the same thing. >> can we listen in here a little bit? i think this is the second reading, now in spanish. >> translator: the promise of inheriting the world was not made to abraham and his descendants on account of any law. but on account of the righteousness which consists in faith. that is why what fulfills the promise depends on faith, so that it may be a free gift and be available to all of abraham's descendants. not only those who belong to the law. but also those who belong to the faith of abraham, who is the father of all of us. as scripture says, i have made you the ancestor of many nations. abraham is our father in the eyes of god. in whom he put his faith and who brings the dead to life and calls into being what does not exist. though it seemed abraham's hope could not be fulfilled, he hoped and he believed. and through doing so, he did become the father of many nations, exactly as he had been promised. your descendants will be as many as the stars. this is the faith that was considered a
as well. i can remember being a young reporter in the '90s, covering pope john paul ii's visit to denver with a youth group from mexico and seeing what a beloved figure he was, there with president clinton, of course, and even more beloved that his successor, pope benedict. what in your judgment, can this pope, could he, should he do to cullivate that relationship with this country? >> well, i was a very young bishop at the time in washington state, and that was the first time i went to world youth day with a whole lot of young people who sold tacos endlessly in order to afford a chartered bus, and i was moved by it because they were. i saw how it changed their lives, had a huge impact on that diocese, but pope benedict wasn't as extroverted. he was a kind man, a shy man, and he wasn't used to showing that in public, and this man is a pastor, first and foremost, he spent all his life being close to people, especially the poor, close to his own brothers in his religious society and also to the people he served in a large diocese in very difficult times, so he's a man of integrity, and tha
face as their teaching workforce is graying. economics correspondent paul solman was back on campus, part of his on-going reporting, "making sense of financial news." >> when my doctor or my wife tells me i ought to stop, i will stop. >> solman: 75-year-old former george washington university president stephen trachtenberg still teaches public service there. >> you guys are all working well togetherm and that's wonderful. >> solman: at george mason university, 71-year-old writing professor don gallehr is still teaching too. >> if the kids are happy and learning and i'm happy and learning, i'm here. >> solman: and how long does 69- year-old boston university particle physicist larry sulak plan to keep blowing up protons? >> i have no idea. shelly is a good model. >> solman: that would be his 80- year-old colleague, nobel- winning physicist sheldon glashow. and when do you intend to retire? >> that i don't know. >> solman: america's work force is graying, and academia along with it. professors over 65 have more than doubled since 2000. some 40% of all workers say they'll work past 65.
with israel's new governing coalition sworn into office today. >> ifill: paul solman reports on older workers in academic institutions, professors in the classroom long past age 65. >> am i keeping track of jobs? yes. that's okay. as long as i'm a good teacher, that's what's important. >> woodruff: and we examine the republican national committee's call for a new direction for the g.o.p., a road map hoping for a rebound in 2016 and beyond. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: today's supreme court arguments pitted a national law against a 2004 arizona voter registrati
is waiting for you. i'm christi paul. so glad to have your company. 8:00 here in the east. let's talk about what everybody's talking about today. the gridlocked interstates, the canceled flights, the hailstorms, the possible tornado tornadoes. welcome to sunday. i know it's supposed to be spring but a wicked winter storm is pushing through the rockies and into the midwest there. already slammed colorado. look at these pictures shutting down i-70 mind you. and take a look at this on i-25, flames engulfing a semitrailer that got caught in a whiteout near denver. the system is pushing east into missouri. show you some live video from kansas city. and thank you to the folks who are driving this car right now. please be careful. we want you to be safe more than anything. but you can see the several inches of snow on the ground predicted across the ohio valley and in the south severe storms and possible tornadoes as i said. thanks again to the crew there at kmbc in kansas city, missouri. they are slow going on the roads. karen joining us this morning joining us is jay marshal shepherd and in the
. >> but compared to the others -- the rolling stones, they never did that. that's the irony. he -- you hear paul mccartney say, we don't want to be up there when we're 40. and mick jagger is doing the stim schtik at 65. of the beatles, by the way. paul mccartney is the one that does want to be out there still. >> the amazing thing about that period is our consciousness was expanding in many ways, not just in the psychedelic way but also around that time i think the summer of 1966 was the period when a lot of people in this country turned against the war in vietnam, twinned it with the civil rights movement -- chris: very much so. although they never gave an anti-war statement, lennon later with imagine, but they were part of the rebellion. anyway, here's my favorite of all. this is in the movie "yellow submarine." ♪ ah look at all the lonely people snotes ♪ ah look at all the lonely people ♪ ♪ eleanor rigby picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been ♪ ♪ lives in a dream ♪ waits at the window, wearing her face that she keeps in a jar by the door ♪ ♪ who is it for?
and the elderly. paul brennan is in rome. it has been a spectacular morning there, much to see, much to be heard. recap what you have seen so far. >> much to digest as well. it was going to be a momentous occasion, the inauguration of a new pope, just five years, the first since 2005. but in church terms that is relatively a quick succession. what we have is a huge crowd, a huge congregation, more than 130 countries represented in st. peter's. a very interesting homily from the pope are in the homily is the part of the mass where he can deliver his own text. it is not bound by the liturgy. he can speak with his own words about things that he cares about, and he chose to speak about principles, responsibility, tenderness, creation. what we took away from that was he was speaking about the protection of the environment. he said when men fail in this responsibility, that leads to destruction and hearts become hard. it is not just concern us as in the catholics, it concerns everybody. the protection of the whole of creation, the beauty of creation, it he hearkened back to st. francis of assisi. he s
of the virgin mary, st. josephs, st. peter and paul and francis, that the holy spirit may accompany my ministry and i ask all of you to pray for me, amen. >> and a very simple homily, in its simplicity, speaking of protection, repeatedly talking about the role of protection, speaking about hope. speaking about power as service. this pope has sent a very powerful message in his simplicity. one that lays the ground work for the kind of papacy he expects to have. the beauty of the created world, respecting god's creatures, protecting the environment, talking about the poor and the weak. showing his humility, talking about authentic power being service. and also talking about the darkness and we heard this from him before when he's booked journalists as an audience. he spoke of call to right the wrongs. father, i think if in much the way a presidential inaugural address lays out the agenda for presidency, we have heard him laying out the agenda for the papacy. >> he's going to do it with authentic powers in service, to the people of god, do it with tenderness with a great sense of hope. the sense o
actually stop it. the house republicans are passing the paul ryan plan, and so then they'll go to conference and that where the heavy lifting will begin. >> shepard: the paul ripe plan has zero chance. >> it will pass the house and then they'll try to iron it out between the two plans. the paul ryan plan on its own would not be signed by president obama, would not pass the senate, burt it will pass the house. >> shepard: mike, thank you. meantime, something about our economy does not add up. we all know that. the latest government numbers show consumers spending grew at a strong pace. that's great because consumer spending counts for 70% of the total economic activity. here's the weird part. we're not seeing the expected comparable rise in our paychecks. we're spending more but no making more, and we're not spending more on credit cards. in fact the expert said the payroll tax hike would slow spending. it did not. so what is this? and rick suggests that more americans are taking advantage of the underground economy, earning and spending cash off the books to avoid taxes or othe
the edge of a roof. back end of the car came to rest on the edge of a retaining wall. paul harrison who lives down the street heard the accident. >> it was just smash, crash, boom. and my neighbor brad nelson who's walking his dog says, paul! quick! i think there's been an accident. he grabbed a ladder and helped the couple off the roof. one man was inside the roof when the crash happened but he wasn't injured. >> there was one person inside the house but not in the area of the -- where the car landed. >> reporter: in order to remove the car, the fire department called for a crane to do the heavy lifting. the caddy has major damage but remarkably, the roof needs only minor repairs. >> my neck is pulled and my back is hurting but i don't think i broke anything and i i consider myself and my husband very, very luck hadky. >> very close call. >>> there is a winner in that $338 million powerball jackpot. and that person lives on the east coast. we'll tell you where the lucky ticket might have been sold. see life in the best light. outdoors, or in. transitions® lenses automatically filter j
. some republicans are hoping the president is sincere. congressman paul ryan expressed doubts over the president's recent comments that america is not in a debt crisis. ryan contends america is very close to a debt crisis. >> you know who gets hurt the worst is the elderly. pro he can nom poik policy to get people working to bring in more revenue and get the entitlement system under control so people can plan for what the government promised them. let's prevent that crisis from happening. we know it's coming. this budget does that. >> some are against ryan's budget particularly those in the democrat party. it they are posing dramatically different plans for the budget. our hope is they can find compromise. the priority for both is to put americans back to work and establish strong economic growth. >> we need put americans back to, would and strong economy. a second priority one coupled with economic growth. i think we can do both. make sure we have deficit reduction but don't cut too much too fast. >> dick durbin also optimistic they can move forward. as congress grapples with deve
giants, john paul ii and benedict roxvi introduced an er in which the cathric church offers confident rebuttal to the false promises of the secular world. how would you like to see pope francis influence american political debates? we have so many of them, whether it's abortion or gay marriage, how would you like to see that impact? >> i think he simply has to preach the gospel and then do it in a way that is accessible and the holy spirit makes the impact, we believe. conversion of heart and mind is not something any pope or preacher can do. that depends upon god's grace, but you have to prooech the gosp gospel, and he'll do that. in a sense, you can say there is no god and freud is his praufrt, so for the sake of sexual liberation, we're allowing a lot of things to be let go. we'll see what happens. we can only trust that the lord is still with his people and loved the world that his son died to save. >> your imminence, isn't that part of the struggle, what you're speaking about, preaching from the gospel? so many gathrics in the country see the tension between church doctrine and t
flat. nobody got it. >> two wig winners, rand paul and won the straw poll going away and receiving with his speech and marco rubio did really well. i think you see chris christie sitting there with 7% -- >> who? >> chris christie. >> he was not only excluded, he was insulted there by some extreme voice. >> insult chris christie, you only make him stronger. >> i know. ron, chris christie couldn't have had it any better. first of all, he didn't have to go to cpac and, secondly, he was on everybody's mind at cpac and, third, he fred ahead from the vice presidential nominee in the polling. all in all a big success. i would say the three big winners, rand paul and marco rubio and the guy who wasn't there, chris christie. >> i agree. the democratic party is always the worst three days of the year for the republican party when you have all of these whacko birds on the fringe fighting with each other. those are the three winners, i agree. chris christie is setting -- a nice position to be the one guy come out incredibly and a good place to be. i think jeb bush, mark is right. he fell flat
cain recently called rising republican star rand paul a wacko-bird. paul responded at the cpac conference. >> the gop of old has grown stale and moss-covered. [ cheers ] i don't think we need to name any names, do we? >> reporter: now, these divisions have become personal lately in the gop, and i think a way, wolf, we don't normally see. but they're substantive divisions as well. how to tackle the issues like immigration reform, things like same-sex marriage. something that's becoming increasingly popular. and, also, how to tackle women's issues in a way that doesn't repel women, as mitt romney did in november. >> lots of work ahead. thanks very much, brianna for that report. the report, by the way, repaired by the republican national committee, is remarkably blunt in discussing the party's problems. the rnc chairman is blunt, as well. reince priebus is joining us now live from party headquarters. reince, thanks very much for coming in. >> hey, wolf. thanks for having me. i told you it was going to be big and bold, and i know a lot of people didn't expect it this way. but that's what we
closed by saying i employ the intercession of the virgin mary, peter and paul and st. francis that the holy spirit may accompany my ministry. and the pope said i ask all of you to pray for phaoefplt -- pray for me. for all of us at fox news, thanks for being with us this morning. "fox & friends" continues. >> you sure are looking good. thanks for joining us at fox first at ten. it is tuesday, march 19. i'm anna kooiman. the administration may not want to tell us what happened in benghazi, but they may have no choice. hillary clinton's e-mails have been hacked and the hacker sending them straight to congress. the latest on this development. >>steve: mayor michael bloomberg's latest health push. take away the cigarettes and put them so nobody can see them. we'll give you details. >>brian: it will take a ski buddy to tame the tiger. tiger woods going public about his relationship with lindsey vonn. wait until you see what else the couple is revealing. >>steve: hillary's e-mail? >>brian: "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: great job, shepherd smith. beautiful. i hope you've been
rand paul of kentucky, fresh off of his big win at cpac straw poll he is going to be giving a big speech to the u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce where he is going to unveil his plan on immigration that will include a path to citizenship. >> bill: wow. talk about teeing himself up for 2016. >> oh yeah. he has made it very hard for immigrants -- >> bill: probably have to have an eye exam. [ laughter ] >> 20/20. >> yeah. >> i'll be curious to see how many republicans stand with rand on this issue? >> bill: kerry back to marriage equality, next tuesday and wednesday the supreme court will be hearing oral arguments on the two cases they have in front of them, doma and california's prop 8. we know how some of them are going to rule but will this rob portman and hillary clinton, and 80-some republicans signing an amicus brief do you think this all will have any impact on the supreme court? >> absolutely. they read the news like anybody else. at this point i think the politicians themselves areless important. but what is very important is public opinion. i'm not sayin
popes. this pope, reusing the pope mobile that john paul ii had so much trouble. without any kind of bulletproof protection around it. he circulated around the crowd. it was one of these moments back in the early '80s that john paul ii -- came out of the crowd with a pistol. obviously pope francis does not feel there's anything to be afraid of. and he talked about protection in his homily. the fact is that, in the well tour through st. peter's this morning as he was driving around in the pope mobile, he did exactly visually what he was later to speak about in the homi homily. that is to say to protect the children, to protect the weak, and at one point he kissed babies that were in the crowd, and then at another point he reached out out of the pope mobile, came down and actually comforted a sick man who was in the crowd. it was a visual representation by accident or design of exactly what his message was this morning. >> jim bittermann for us this morning. thanks, jim. want to get right to our cnn contributor father edward beck who's been with us for quite a bit over the last coup
marginalized. it was the largest crowd since the funeral of pope john paul ii in 2005. they were join by spiritual leaders have to jewish, muslim, buddhist, and christian faiths, including the head of the orthodox church, the first to attend an installation mass in 1,000 years. there were also heads of state from 132 nations, including our own vice president biden. tomorrow, he meets with 30 delegations from other christian churches in major world faiths. friday, he addresses the foreign ambassadors assigned to the holy see. friday, something that hasn't happened in 700 years, the pope meets with his predecessor, benedict xvi. all there before palm sunday mass. we start with nbc's claudio, and also with us, father james martin, jesuit priest and best selling author. his latest book, "together on retreat" hits book stores today. we start with you. you were there for the installation mass. what was it like for the thousands that packed the square? >> reporter: well, it was both exciting and unconventional in a way we were there, way early this morning. about 6:00 in the morning. three h
. >> but did reid really want it to succeed in the first place? "out front," david frum and paul begala. paul, this doesn't sound like the harry reid we all know. this is a guy to say, you know what? 57% of the people in this country favor this assault weapons ban. i'm going to take it to the floor and if republicans want to shoot it down, then you know what? fine. i'll let them take the blame and looking at that and the fact he has a high rating from the nra, one might get a little suspicious. >> first off, he is going to take it to the floor but it's a separate amendment. i will not be part of the larger gun safety bill including things like expanded background checks, mental health, school safety, gun trafficking and ammunition clips and may be split out and that's because of simple math. you know, i'm a democrat. i can't blame the democrats. been 20 years since we had a piece of major gun legislation. back in the day we had at least nine, if memory serves, nine republican senators voting for the assault weapon ban 20 years ago. today there are zero. and you can't pass it when you got to g
matt just articulated becoming more popular with rand paul, his filibuster and not totally isolationist but basically the idea that the u.s. can get involved everywhere they might want to. i think obama sees that. i think that is the direction politics is shifting after ten years of war. and, yeah. i think that is going to be the reality a lot of politicians come to grips with matt, what's the headline going to be? >> you know, obama tries to make connection with young people. >> succeeds? >> maybe. we can be hopeful. right? >> yeah. of course. we'll be watching closely along with matt welch. thanks, guys. good to see you here in our fancy new set with the map and everything. we also want to tell you about some developing news out of nevada. just happened this morning. seven marines killed. at least seven wounded during a live fire exercise at the army's hawthorne depot in nevada. nbc's jim miklaszewski is at the pentagon for us. mick, what can you tell us? >> reporter: chris, u.s. military officials tell nbc news that seven marines were killed and at least seven others wounded in an ex
ii fell victim to an assassination attempt -- john paul ii fell victim to an assassination attempt. the vehicle was filled with plexiglass to protect the pope. the pope stopped to kiss some babies and he even got out and went to comfort a sick one. he talked about st. joseph in his homily and st. josephs need to protect the poor, the downtrodden and the fragile. it was a representation of the thing he was talking about. he also had another part of his mess arm for the assembled dignitaries. there were 130 around the world, including 30 heads of state who were here, and a dozen or so heads of government as well as officials from various religions around the world. he said authentic power is service. that must have been one of the message that he wanted to get across because he later tweeted that same line. >> and for all of the change that's happening, there's gonna be a lot of similarities because there's very little chance of any change as far as leaning toward liberal stances, roles of women in the church, gay marriage and abortion, correct? >> reporter: that is correct. he's put
about it. the big difference between the senate bill and paul ryan's republican bill that passed the house. ryan's bill didn't get universal support among the republicans. in the house, ten republican members voted no. to the senate, five more refused to get on board. amy, are you surprised that republicans are breaki ining ra on the budget talks? >> in that case it was because it wasn't conservative enough. the democrats as we just saw in the senate -- the senate democrats as we saw did not have it on their budget either. they are documents about priorities. on the house side we saw that house republicans most of them with a couple exceptions said their priority is to balance the budget. we saw on the democratic side their priority is to raise taxes by $1 trillion. ask the americans to give the government a trillion dollar more without balancing the budget. i don't know if they'll get together on that point. it's really stark ideological difference. >> president obama came under attack this week for filling out his ncaa brackets. some said he should have been working on his budg
that back in 1981, john pawl ii fell victim to an assassination attempt -- john paul ii fell victim to an assassination attempt. the vehicle was filled with plexiglass to protect the pope. the pope stopped to kiss some babies and he even got out and went to comfort a sick one. he talked about st. joseph in his homily and st. josephs need to protect the poor, the downtrodden and the fragile. it was a representation of the thing he was talking about. he also had another part of his mess arm for the assembled dignitaries. there were 130 around the world, including 30 heads of state who were here, and a dozen or so heads of government as well as officials from various religions around the world. he said authentic power is service. that must have been one of the message that he wanted to get across because he later tweeted that same line. >> and for all of the change that's happening, there's gonna be a lot of similarities because there's very little chance of any change as far as leaning toward liberal stances, roles of women in the church, gay marria
. the liberation of theology. cardinal -- had to deal with that because mainly john paul the second put it on his lap. >> rose: right. >> he's always been hurt to the church giving priority to the poor. >> rose: who is that. >> ratsinger. >> rose: pope benedict. >> exactly. this guy is from latin america. the church in america has made a commitment that has extended to the whole world which we start particularly start latin america which called the preferencionual option for the poor. i think his assignment is to show that works and it's not just piety. it means living and forming and working -- >> rose: you think he's more interested in those kinds of objectives, reaching out to the poor and making sure that the church serves the poor. than he is being so steadfast on some doctrinal issues. >> it depends -- divinity of christ. but anyway, yes. but i think it's what he would be concerned about is not just the prevention of the poor and the doctrine on the other specified but the link between the two. is there one. we have a double kind of life. >> rose: link between commitment to the poor an
in an was before >> well, i think it was before the assassination attempt on as, john paul ii and that as, you know, we have in this ountry when you have those bringsf violent acts, it brings that's security and so that's been the case in rome, as well. ut this pope has been etermined to get out among the tople and, you know, he went to he house where he had been staying and paid his bill and picked up his toothbrush and, ou know, went to move back to anta marta, so he's done all kinds of things that just make regular.hink he's regular. nd that is -- that's clearly appealed to people. lso, you talk about argentina, he's been at loggerheads with he president of argentina, , two ent kirchner, two president kirchners and he and she, president kirchner made peace. >> and the picture i just >> and the picture i just saw was my favorite moment when he showed up at the modest guest ouse that he was staying at clerical guest house in rome to pay his bill which is not something any head of state i think in the world pretty much cash. they never carry cash. want to go back to rome and auck thavis is with fa
at the global arms trade and joins me live from new york. paul, does anyone really know what the size of the global arms trade is and just how much of that is illegal? >> it's a very good question, very difficult to answer. some states do provide information about the financial value of their arms sales but this effort makes it a challenge to say a definite figure of how much the global arms trade amounts to. we estimate at least $50 billion but could be much more. in terms of how much of that is illegal, as we're discussing here in the u.n. niece next two weeks, we're hopeful we'll have a much clearer definition at the moment the u.n. arms embargo is decided by the security council and the laws and regulations that define what is legal or illegal in regards to the national arms trade. >> you talk about the meeting at the u.n. we know the u.n. arms treaty has been delayed before. how confident are you the countries involved will come to any kind of significant agreement this time around? >> i think it's a challenge but i think one of the big clouds of july, that the presidential elect
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